Avianca Airlines has a powerful tool to fight drug trafficking. Using state-of-the-art American Dynamics™ CCTV surveillance cameras and digital video management systems from Tyco International, airline authorities can stop illegal activities and provide visual evidence to prosecute drug smugglers.
BAA is the world’s leading airport company at the heart of the world’s transport network. Each year, the company serves 128 million passengers, and 67% of the UK total, at its seven UK airports: Heathrow, Gatwick, Stansted, Southampton, Glasgow, Edinburgh and Aberdeen. More international travellers use Heathrow than any other airport in the world, making it the world’s busiest international airport.
BT Northern Ireland, one of Europe’s leading providers of telecommunications services has been using the CEM AC2000 Standard Edition (AC2000 SE) system for access control and central monitoring of their many sites in Northern Ireland for over ten years.
California Commercial Security (CCS) aims to deliver customized solutions to meet all of their customers’ security needs. So, when customers began asking for someone to manage their security systems, CCS used creative solutions with their existing manufacturer to make their clients happy.
For the Central Bank of Paraguay (BCP), security is critical. As Paraguay’s highest monetary authority, and the country’s governing body on finances and economics, the institution operates a sole central office in Asuncion that encompasses several blocks of buildings, as well as three other offices around the city.
For many enterprises today, access controls are more critical to protect customer and corporate information as compared to facilities and property. There are logical security answers, of course, to guard customer data. But there also are essential physical security strategies.
With several solutions from Tyco Security, including Kantech access control, American Dynamics video, and DSC intrusion, Cougar Helicopters now manages their access control, surveillance and intrusion system through a single interface.
Crime Scene Investigation — Forensic Centre, Harperley Hall. The Home Office has invested substantially in the redevelopment of Harperley Hall that has been hailed as one of the most progressive in the world. The new facilities, at a cost of £15million, have been designed to teach national and international forensic science students, and features the finest new technology available.
BOSTON—The urban campus of Dana-Farber Cancer Institute in Boston is representative of many modern metropolitan healthcare institutions today, with a main campus in a busy city center that takes advantage of every available square inch. New buildings replace existing structures, existing facilities are reconfigured, and as the institutions continue to grow, their footprint expands into surrounding suburbs in an effort to serve their growing patient and research needs.
When leading oil refining industry expert Fabrica Carioca de Catalisadores decided to upgrade the security system at its 44-acre Brazilian headquarters, the company worked with Tyco to integrate new access control and video management products which ultimately resulted in an easier-to-use, more robust security system.
Florida Atlantic University (FAU), a leading research institution with its own medical college and 180 degree programs, is constantly growing and changing—and so its security platform needs to keep up with managing the latest developments on campus. With its use of the Software House C•CURE 9000 access control and security management system from Johnson Controls, FAU is meeting the challenge.
Handling over 30 million passengers per year Gatwick Airport is reported to be the busiest single runway airport in the world and the seventh busiest of all airports worldwide. Located just outside London it serves more than 200 destinations from its two Terminals (North and South). With passenger numbers forecasted to increase to around 40 million by 2010/2011,nearly GBP1billion has been committed to new developments over the next ten years.
Harland and Wolff is a heavy engineering company to the maritime, offshore oil and gas and renewable energy sectors. Located in Belfast, Northern Ireland, Harland and Wolff is one of Europe’s largest heavy engineering facilities. Purposely developed to create some of the world’s largest ocean going vessels, the world class facilities can handle the largest of structures in a safe, productive and cost effective environment.
Hong Kong International Airport (HKIA) is among the busiest airports in the world and firmly cements Hong Kong’s position as a leading aviation hub. The airport took six years to build and, at a cost US $20 billion, the construction of the airport is easily one of the largest civil engineering projects in history. The terminal building is recognized as the biggest enclosed space in the world and is certainly one of the most energy efficient buildings yet created.
The prestigious new Hong Kong Science Park (HKSP) has already established itself as a world-class location for product R&D, incubation and production activities for some of the world’s leading organisations. The park provides the support services and infrastructure needed to facilitate the collaboration between industry and academic / research institutions elevating Hong Kong as a major centre of innovation and technology.
This successful information technology company chooses Tyco Security Products’ hattrix access control system for ten locations and more than 600 card holders spanning seven states.
As part of a $2.6 billion, 20 year phased development program, Delhi International Airport Ltd (DIAL) added an additional passenger terminal building (Terminal 3) to Indira Gandhi Airport. The Terminal 3 site spans 500,000m2 and features more than 160 check-in counters with a capacity of 34 million passengers per annum.
As part of the construction of a new domestic terminal at Izmir Adnan Menderes Airport, the airport operator TAV EGE and systems integrator Sensormatic Guvenlik Hizmetleri created an integrated surveillance system that enabled security personnel to monitor both the old and new terminals using one platform.
Jurong Island is a major chemical hub holding multi-billion dollars worth of investments in the chemical industry. CEM has supplied an integrated security management system for Jurong Island’s recently opened US$17 million Security Checkpoint.
Keflavik International Airport lies on the Reykjanes peninsula, seven minutes from the town of Reykjanesbaer (Keflavik) and 50km southwest of Iceland’s capital Reykjavik. Keflavik is the main international airport for Iceland and features modern passenger and commercial facilities as well as extensive aircraft operation areas.
The county government of this well-populated region of Washington chooses Tyco Security Products’ C•CURE 9000 Security and Event Management system to upgrade its facility access control and deploy its new Lynx Network Duress and Emergency Notification System.
This not-for-profit health system in Central Florida integrates its existing video surveillance, visitor management and internal IT systems with the C•CURE 9000 Security and Event Management System and iSTAR Door Controllers for comprehensive security and future scalability.
Using more sophisticated integrated designs, some enterprises now audit their facilities looking for special areas where security needs to be treated differently than in the overall plan. Often those special places get piggybacking technologies.
BAA Heathrow Airport is the worlds’ busiest international airport serving over 180 destinations in more than 90 countries. It consists of 5 terminals and covers 1227 hectares. Terminal 5 (T5) is Heathrow’s latest success. The £4.3 billion terminal is the largest IP aviation implementation in the UK covering 260 hectares and is the new dedicated home for British Airways. As CEM Systems operate in all BAA owned airports and have been successfully securing Heathrows other 4 terminals for over 18 years, CEM was an ideal choice to secure T5.
Tyco Security Products’ wireless intrusion system offers protection of valuable materials for Millworks Custom Manufacturing’s busy millworks facility and provides around the clock monitoring to dozens of perimeter doors. For their new security system,
The Montréal Police force is innovative in both its approach to enforcing the law and advancing its own security. Instead of the typical policing method of operating a few precincts with a large number of officers at each location, this police agency enforces the law in a more distributed manner. With more than 80 sites throughout the city including 49 community stations, officers work at multiple sites throughout a given week. As activities in the city change, more officers may be needed within certain neighborhood sites and less at others. This approach to policing efforts allows the force to assign officers where they are needed most.
High-end central London multi-zone development chooses Tyco Security Products’ C•CURE 9000 Security and Event Management system to unite its building management, access control and video surveillance systems for comprehensive management of the site’s physical security
As part of a system-wide upgrade, Penn State transitioned to a single security management system to centralize management of the college’s video surveillance and access control functions, including the installation of wireless locks.
The Port of Cork is the principal port on the south coast of Ireland, close to the major shipping lanes to Northern Europe with a cargo throughput of 9.8 M tonnes in 2004. It is Ireland’s premier trading port to continental Europe with ultra-modern facilities handling all modes of traffic such as crude and refined oils, containers and ferry traffic. Employing over 100 full-time staff it is not only a generator of economic activity but is also a significant catalyst for economic development with total contributions on goods and services of €230 million to the Irish economy.
Robin Hood Airport is the UK’s newest purpose built international airport. Representing a £80 million development, the airport is built on the site of the former RAF Finningley airbase and is reported to be the first full service international airport to be built in Britain in the past 30 years. Boasting one of the UK’s longest runway’s, commercial flights commenced April 05.
The CEM AC2000 security management system secures Saudia Aerospace Engineering Industries (SAEI) main base at King Abdulaziz International Airport in Jeddah. SAEI joins leading airports and aviation maintenance facilities around the world where the CEM AC2000 system is providing paramount security
Singapore Airlines is reportedly one of the world’s leading carriers with 16 million passengers per year flying its top-ranked gateway spanning five continents and 59 cities. Widely known as a symbol of service excellence, Singapore Airlines is committed to providing customers with the best flying experience through an innovative product and service offering.
Shopping del Sol, the largest mall in Asunción, Paraguay, encompasses 180 stores and receives around 600,000 visitors per month. Because of the large volume of visitors and merchandise sold at the mall, maintaining a secure environment is a primary focus.
Tallahassee Regional Airport may be small but it’s big on security. The airport was recently honored with the “2005 Excellence in Airport Security” award from Air Safety Week, an aviation security publication.
The Thrifty King grocery store chain brought all of its stores onto a common intrusion alarm platform to make it easier for the owner and store managers to monitor and manage the system, either at the store level or remotely.
Covering a 500 acre site, Total Lindsey Oil Refinery (LOR) is based in Immingham and is currently Britain’s third largest oil refinery with a processing capacity in excess of 10 million tonnes per annum (over 200,000 barrels per day). Coming on-stream in 1968 and having recently received a £26m investment upgrade, the facility incorporates some of the most technically advanced refining and conversion processes available in Europe.
Vancouver International Airport (YVR) is the fastest growing North American west coast gateway and the second busiest airport in Canada. With the expectation of serving 16.9 million passengers in 2006 and handling 235,000 tonnes of cargo, Vancouver International Airport Authority is in the midst of a construction program that will see CDN$1.0-billion spent by 2010 on new and expanded facilities to help ensure the airport remains a “Premier Global Gateway”.
Wakefield Grammar School Foundation chooses a complete Tyco Security Products surveillance package that includes Illustra IP cameras and exacqVision network video recorders with exacqVision VMS software and Kantech EntraPass Access Control System pre-installed.
The Buckhead section of Atlanta, just outside the city, is perhaps one of the most sought after communities in this area. Considered the uptown district of Atlanta, Buckhead includes a major financial and commercial district, the Lenox Square shopping area, and large homes throughout many different neighborhoods